Kerry School of Music Tuition in Music Dance Drama Music Theatre

Kerry School of Music Senior Orchestra: Directed by Aidan O' Carroll and Stephen O' Halloran, the orchestra is open to players who have achieved a minimum of Grade IV Royal Irish Academy or equivalent. Members come from all parts of the county. The orchestra pursues a busy schedule of concerts throughout the year in arts venues, community centres and churches throughout the county and participates in events such as the Festival of Kerry, Listowel Writers' Week, Feile na Bealtaine and many others. The orchestra meets every Friday at Kerry School of Music Hight Street, Tralee from 7-9pm. ‚Äč

Kerry School of Music Junior Orchestra: The orchestra is directed by Lucy Tanner and is open to players of any age up to Grade IV Royal Irish Academy or equivalent. Members come from a wide geographic area. The Junior Orchestra also undertakes performances throughout the year in venues all over the county, often performing with the School's Senior Orchestra.

Kerry School of Music Flute Choir: Open solely to Concert Flute Students and Directed by Ermelinda Qejvani, the Flute Choir rehearses every Friday from 6-7pm. Students must have completed one year of one-to-one instruction.

Kerry School of Music Wind Ensemble: Directed by Grainne O' Carroll, the ensemble meets on Friday's from 6-7pm and is open to advanced players only. Members also play in the Kerry School of Music Senior Orchestra. 

Kerry Chamber Orchestra: Is made up of professional musicians, teachers and advanced students. The orchestra records and broadcasts regularly and performs in a wide variety of concerts and other events throughout the county every year, including oratorios, musicals and themed concerts.

Kerry Chamber Choir: Directed by Aidan O' Carroll, the Chamber Choir is open to adults and voice students, the choir attracts singers who want a more interesting challenge. The choir performs large-scale works such as Handel's Messiah, Haydn's Creation, Vivaldi's Gloria, Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, Hayden's Nelson Mass and Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna. Members are not required to be able to read music but most members do. 

Kerry School of Music Female Voices: Female students of the Voice Department regularly prepare, perform and record ensembles, choral movements and choral works at School organised concerts. Directed by Aidan O' Carroll.

Kerry School of Music Children's Choir: Open to children aged 7-12 years, the choir aims to develop children vocally and intellectually through choral music. Directed by Aidan O' Carroll.

Kerry School of Music Harp Ensemble: Directed by Adolf Packeiser, Deirdre Granville and Suzanne Quill, the ensemble prepares, records and performs at School of Music concerts and ensemble days.